Tip #28 – Stringing Similar Phrases into a Phrase Group

What do you do in the case where a phrase stands alone by itself; that it doesn’t need an antecedent or consequent paring? Or how about a bunch of flowing phrases that are different from each other?

There are no rules saying you can’t put them together. Sometimes what you need is a phrases group of similar variants or highly contrasting phrases that lock into one another.

Just keep in mind ebb and flow with the directions, patterns, contour, cadential feeling, motion, figures, etc. as you are piecing these similar or highly contrasting phrases together.

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